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There is one screw back beside the cord as it enters the rear case of tool

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How to access behind the dryer drum


Hello. I don't have the make/model number but I'm going to attempt to help you! Assuming that the dryer has the top mounted lint filter, the blower housing cover will have 2 screws which attach the blower housing to the top cover visible when the lint filter is removed. You must remove power from the dryer to proceed. The tool has fallen into the blower housing where the blower fan is located. The vent tube must be removed(pipe that attaches the dryer to the wall). Next, the rear cover of the dryer must be removed to expose the blower cover, usually mounted on the left side( if you're facing the rear of the dryer). Remove the 2 screws from the top of the dryer(underneath the lint filter), next, remove the 3-4 screws which hold the blower cover onto the blower housing. Usually, in order to remove the blower cover and access the fan area, it will have to be firmly pushed upwards and at the same time, pulled outward at the bottom to clear the bottom lip of the dryer. Vacuum out any debris inside the cover and fan, remove the lost tool, and then(and this can be a pain to do) replace the blower cover. Be patient(you have to slide the cover up, back into position and push firmly in order to get it to go over the bottom lip of the dryer again. Be careful! There are many unfinished edges in dryers and it's like putting your hand into a box of razor blades when handling parts such as these) Replace the mount screws of the housing cover and rear cover of the dryer.(Positioning of the rear dryer cover can be tricky to get the screw holes to line up again--the rear cover has a lip beneath where the vent pipe is located that sits on an edge--it sometimes can be difficult to get positioned properly so be patient and don't get frustrated!) Once you get a couple of screws in, the rest should line up reasonably. I hope I helped you!

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How to change the belt on dryer


CHANGING THE DRIVE BELT
1. Remove the top cover and the rear panel.
2. T720/780: Remove the external fan housing.
3. Remove the special tool.
4. Remove the belt from the belt pulley and take off the belt.
5. Feed the belt over the drum onto the motor shaft and over the belt pulley.
6. Install the special tool.
7. T720/780: Replace the external fan housing.
8. Replace the rear panel and top cover.
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REMOVING THE TOP COVER
1. Remove the three T20 screws at the rear of the top cover. (Keep the two star washers.)
2. Tilt the cover and pull it backwards.

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1. Remove the top cover.
2. Unscrew the centering nut until the face of the nut is level with the end of the thread and knock out the bearing.
3. Fit the special tool (part no. 88 011 54) by fitting the tube end into one of the stamped out keyholes in the front rail. Lift the rear edge of the drum and press the drum edge onto the roller.
4. Remove the ground connection (yellow/green wire) from the input terminal block (see pages 8 and 9).
5. Take the cable bundle out of the cable clamp and pull the header block off its terminal pins.
6. Remove the wiring:
T700/T720: R1 a, R1 b, R1 13, R1 14, R1 34 on the contactor.
T760/T780: Ra, Rb, R13, R14, R34 on the contactor and F3 and F4 on the radio interference filter.
7. T720/T780: Remove the hoses to the water tank housing.
8. Remove the centering nut and the eight screws.
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NOTE: Do not remove or loosen the screws around the heater housing or drum bearing.
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9. T720/T780: Remove the three plastic screws at the lower part of the rear panel.
10. Lift off the rear panel.
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25758001-gtkp3url2ghtdqenstp5bokb-1-27.jpg REMOVING THE EXTERNAL REAR FAN HOUSING
1. Remove the top cover and rear panel.
2. Unclip the external rear fan housing suction side.
3. Unscrew the 10 mm nut on the external rear fan wheel and remove it.
4. Lift the external rear fan housing motor side and pull it toward you.
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How do I remove the back panel of the Ben Q fp222w in order to replace the power supply board. I have tried removing all the screws including the ones under the rubber grommets at the top of the rear of...


Have you been to YOUTUBE for "lcd monitor disassembly" and "lcd monitor repair" video clips??? Absolutly do not use sharp cutting instruments to part the rear cover from front BEZEL of unit. One careless slip and it's a trip to local hospital "ER" to stop the gushing wound you have inflected on your body. Good luck with repair to your unit. 12fixlouie

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Need to find a way to take off the drivers side window motor


Motor
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the door trim panel and watershield.
  3. Detach the motor wires at the multiple connector.
  4. Remove the motor retaining screws using Torx® drive bit set D79P–2100–T or equivalent, and separate the motor from the bracket and cable drum housing.
  5. Remove the motor from inside the door.
To install:
  1. Position the motor and drive to the cable drum housing and motor mounting bracket. Install the 3 motor screws and tighten.
  2. Connect the power window motor wiring.
  3. Connect the negative battery cable.
  4. Check window operation.
  5. Install the watershield and door trim panel.

Door Panel
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Snap out the two door pull strap retaining screw covers. Remove the screws.

CAUTION To avoid breakage of the door pull covers, insert a small screwdriver diagonally between the pull strap and chrome bracket. Snap out both sides then remove.


  1. Remove the two screws on the front and rear side of the front door trim panel.
  2. Using the trim pad removing tool, pry the trim panel retaining clips from the door inner panel.

NOTE Do not use the front door trim panel to remove the trim clips from the door inner panel. Replace any bent, damaged or missing push pins.


  1. Remove the window regulator switch housing from the back of the front door trim panel. Lift up the housing and disconnect all connectors from the switch housing.
  2. Disconnect the driver seat regulator control processor switch if equipped.
  3. Twist out the interior lamp wire assembly.
To install:
  1. Ensure that the plastic watershield is secured to the door .
  2. Position the front door trim panel to the door. Connect the interior lamp wiring.
  3. Align door lock side to its mating slide on the sheet metal.
  4. Snap in the front door trim panel. Ensure all retainers fit properly. Install the two retaining screws on the front and rear side of the front door trim panel.
  5. Connect the driver seat regulator control processor, if equipped.
  6. Position the window regulator control switch housing and connect the switch connectors. Install it to the front door trim panel by snapping it in, or by installing the screw at the rear.
  7. Install the two retaining screws and pull strap covers.
  8. Connect the negative battery cable.
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Are you removing the rear motor housing?That may expose a screw you may not have known was there.

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Can't remove cover of Westinghouse LCM-22w2 monitor


Hey Ed,

I hope I can help, It doesn't open from the back, it opens from the front.... carefully! There are four support screws, which hold the LCD screen to the desk stand,after removing all the support screws (4) on the back under the support stand cover.(which pull up to remove) (Remember! the whole case and face frame is plastic, so take your time). Work to separate the black face frame around the LCD from the silver case. Its held together by small plastic clips on the face frame to the wall on the LCD case. Start at one of the corners and slowly pry the face frame and silver case apart. (separate it inch by inch, work your way around the case carefully. If one corner doesn't give, go to another side.
Putting back together works reverse, the face frame and the case snap back together, Carefully! And replace screws (4).

Russell

P.S. I have three LCD models from Westinghouse, LCM-22w2, L2210NW and the L1916HW. They all open the same way.

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How can I get the case of my Singer Featherweight II open?


To remove the cover of the Singer model 117 Featherweight II sewing machine:

Referring to the diagram below:
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1.Remove the face plate by removing the single screw fastening it to the left end of the chassis.

2.
To make things easier, remove the presser foot (raise the presser foot and release the presser foot from its holder by pressing the black plastic foot release found at the rear of the foot holder, the foot will fall off.)

3.Remove the plastic see-thru slide plate that covers the bobbin. Remove the bobbin, and remove the two screws that secure the needle plate.Lift off the needle plate.Don't mess with the feed dog screws( Look closely at the" bobbin case assembly" and note how it is installed. The black thing you are looking at is the assembly. The chrome thing that looks like a hook is a fixed "bobbin case stop plate" , the case assembly fits under that and is supported by the hook race. Approximately 180 degrees from the fixed stop is a spring stop- note that the bobbin case assembly is free to rotate/ wiggle approximately 1/8" between these two points, and it is seated evenly in the hook race.Remember what you see so you can reinstall it later)Remove the bobbin case assembly with your fingers.

4.Remove the detachable tool case from the front of the machine by sliding it to the left.

5.The face cover is fastened to the chassis with four screws- two on the bottom which also pass through the bottom of the rear cover, one behind the face plate just above the lower thread guide, and one on the front of the machine behind the tool case. Remove the screws on the front and the left end, and loosen the two screws on the bottom ( if you are planning to remove the rear cover go ahead and remove the bottom screws completely.) There is no need to remove the screws that hold the auxiliary leg bar.

6.The screws are out- HOW DO I GET THE COVER OFF!?!
There is a hidden locking tab located just beneath the mylar seal that warns you to disconnect the machine before servicing and to close the cover before operating the machine. It is located just to the right of the needle plate and directly over the seam that separates the front and back covers. Don't remove the seal just slice it with a razor blade or utility knife right along the seam, make sure you cut all the way through the seal.

Working from the needle plate opening, take a medium sized flat-bladed screw driver and slide it under the rear cover just behind the seam (see photo) carefully twist the blade in a manner that both separates and lifts the rear cover off the front cover- it takes quite a bit of force and it will let loose with a loud snap. After the locking tab is loose the front cover is easily separated and lifted off the chassis.

unlocking the case:
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a closeup of the tab on the front cover
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7.The rear cover is held on by three screws. There is one through the back at the handle recess, and there are two screws accessible from the front after the front cover is removed. Lower the presser foot lever, pull the screws and the rear cover will come off easy. Good luck with your repairs.

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Change developer for Aficio 1018


Open the front and right covers and remove the toner bottle holder unit.
Pull out the Photoconductor unit(PCU) with your thumb pressing on the latch on the left side of the PCU.
Separate the top part from(drum) the bottom part(developer unit), by removing the front piece 1 screw and rear piece 2 screws and 1 coupling(pull out).
Now remove 1 front screw, 2 rear screws and other 2 top rear screws to separate the top and bottom parts of the dev. unit.
Then place your finger under the front-side and rear-side flaps and push out so that the flaps pops off the peg.
Set the coupling removed, back to the shaft and turn the coupling to remove the developer from the roller.
Turn upside down the lower part of the dev. unit to remove all the developer by turning its gears.
Load new developer evenly in the openings of the lower dev. unit and pay attention not to spill developer on the gears.
Reassemble the whole PCU properly.
Reinstall back the PCU and toner unit and close the front and right covers.
Switch on the machine, enter SP mode- Clear key, 107, hold and press Stop key.
Enter SP 2-214 and execute to reinitialize the TD sensor.
Switch off and on the machine.

Good luck and please rate me, thanks.

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2004 nissan maxima rear bulb replacement??


There is a plastic cover on the lens that covers the screws that hold the lamp on to the body. CAREFULLY pry the cover off to access screws, remove the screws and CAREFULLY pry the lens off. Replace bulb(s) reinstall after checking to see if bulbs are in fact working.

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Side Mirrors will adjust side to side but not up and down.


There are two tiny motors in each mirror. one for up/down. One for side to side. They have jack screws (plastic) that fit into the motors.

You can manually put your hands on either side of the mirror and force adjust it. If you hear a ratcheting sound, the jack screws are OK. Then repeat with hands on top and bottom.

If you hear ratcheting and mirror stays where you stop it, that means one of the motors is bad. The motor assembly is available as a separate part.

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Mirror Motor—Crown Victoria, Grand Marquis
Removal and Installation
  1. Disconnect battery ground cable. Refer to Section 14-01 .
  1. Remove outside Rear View Mirror Glass as outlined.
  1. Remove Outside Rear View Mirror as outlined.
  1. Remove two screws from outside rear view mirror motor.
  1. Remove outside rear view mirror housing from outside rear view mirror base.
  1. Disconnect connector and remove outside rear view mirror motor from mirror housing.
  1. To install, reverse Removal procedure.
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Might be cheaper to buy used irror at car-part.com. Look for * to find page with cheapest part. Or, EBay. Good luck

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